Keele Education Conference 2021

The Keele Education Conference 2021 took place on 20 January, via Microsoft Teams. The theme of the conference was ‘Education: Then. Now. Next’, and the conference looked back over an extraordinary year and appraised the shift in educational delivery achieved.

Education: Then. Now. Next

Our aim is to map the ways we adapt and enhance our learning, teaching and student support, and to distil and preserve the innovations we might embed in our future curriculum. Through the conference we looked back at what we have done, took stock of what we are designing now, and looked ahead to how we can embed the innovative ways of engaging and guiding students to success that we are explore as a community.

The conference also referenced the Flexible Digital Education resources built to create a foundation of educational delivery and support, and explored Keele’s Curriculum Design Framework, recently published to underpin Social Learning, and shape future module and programme design.

Over 180 delegates joined to hear presentations from colleagues across the University, exploring a wide variety of subjects, from exploring hybrid learning, developing communities and future structures of education. Explore all of the presentations from the day using the links below.

Introduction and keynote

The launch of The Social Curriculum, Keele's Curriculum Design Framework


See the programme for the day (190 KB)

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